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With Christmas fast-approaching 2017 is coming to an end. The Residential (Land Lease) Communities Act has been operating for two years and continues to throw up familiar disputes and surprises.
The review of the Local Government (Manufactured Home Estates, Caravan Parks, Camping Grounds and Moveable Dwellings) Regulation 2005 is still on hold. The regulation is now scheduled for automatic repeal on 1 September 2018.
In this issue of Outasite Lite we look back over the year and report on the emerging and continuing issues for home owners in land lease communities.Read More
People who live in residential land lease communities do so under an agreement or contract. The Tenants’ Union and Tenants Advice and Advocacy Services are frequently asked questions about agreements. Since the laws changed in 2015 the number and variety of questions have increased. In this article we discuss the types of agreements used in land lease communities and how the laws apply to those agreements.Read More
The Tenants’ Union regularly hears complaints from land lease community residents about the behavior of operators. During the review of the Residential Parks Act 1998 the behavior of park managers and owners was also a common theme. Many residents told stories of interference in sales, harassment, intimidation and bullying.
Many operators do the right thing but when an operator behaves badly residents can take action. The Residential (Land Lease) Communities Act 2013 (the Act) contains a number of provisions around operator behaviour, including Rules of Conduct. In this issue of Outasite Lite we will take a closer look at these provisions.Read More
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